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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 6, 1958, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited ior Horn CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THI NEWSPAPER THAT ALL NORTH IOWANS NElGHBORS VOL 97 Associated Press and United International Full Wire Europe Revisited Red Border Guards on Full Alert By W EARL HALL TILLYSCHANZ GermanyNo where in our world is the Jine of demarcation between freedom and enslavemenl more sharply or dramatically drawn than at this tiny 300yearold village on the Bavarian Czechoslovakian border I take the notes for this report on thc German side of some liny cement posts I designating the historic line separating I h e two countries By moving as much as 10 feet beyond thai line I could in vite at least a warning shol maybe more from HALL a Communist manned watchtower a block within the Czech Extending both directions from that 40fooltall struclure and paralleling the line of concrete border markers already referred to is an ugly line of electrically charged barbed wire Close by is a field of cement pyramids de signed as an obstacle to vehicles including tanks AT THE TOP of that tower is a windowed lookout During my half hour in this hamlet named after a 17th ceVitury field mar shal named Tilly Ive seen one change of Ihe guard The senlries equipment is known lo include a telephone a powerful telescope and a camera not to mention the supply of firearms At intervals of from a half mile to a mile as needed are other towers of like construction and similarly At night there are powerful searchlights playing up and down the barbed wire Iron Curtain and in the 7 t copy MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY NOVEMBER 6 1958 Paper OinjLsl of Four SfolloiuSrcllon s 3rd A Loveless Outlines HITS BABY CARRIAGEMaking a turn onto a one way street at State and Federal Wednesday car driven by Lewis E Christensen 72 Clear Lake collided y Pushed by Mary F Smith 32 245 E With her were her daughter Mary Ann 5 and Jth were examined at a physicians and dismissed with only bruises oiiLhne shows where Mrs Smith fell after bciiiK struck Christensen was charged with failure to yield the riyjlH oiway He forfeited bond on the charue Tluirsdiv Nixon Taking Charge of Efforts to Rejuvenate Republican Party 7 Goals Referendum Sought DKS MOINKS aill Cov Horsehe C Loveless Thursday outlined Ihciibjcclives for his sec ioiul term in office and also called for a special referendumelection to settle flic iiKslions of Ikjiitir bylhednnk and a building progiiini al UKslate col leges Loveless who was elcclcd lo a second term Tuesday said he was nut endorsing liquorbythcdrink nil I feel he people of Iowa night to have an opportunity to express a THE GOVERNOR said the main objectives of his second termj were j 1 A reorganization of slate government with an extensive re duction in the number of slate of fices ami departments 2 A steppedup mental health program with more local commu nity action Hijacked on Route in Cuba 28 Aboard Said Safe N E W P R E S1D E N TDr Ami res Itivoro Aguero persidcnlclecl of Cuba has promised to bring an end lo th civil strife which has racked Cuba for two years He will lake over from Presi dent FulKencto Balisla on Fob 21 the Reds between their defenses and the actual GermanCzecho slovakian border It would be e a s y to assume that all these preparations arc against the eventuality of an in vasion from oulside Thais the Commie slory to the people of e peope o Jn f Czechoslovakia But those peonlc l Cl second nian rii arent t mL P rcct toe drive Its aim is lo lif the disor ganized Republican party He is likely to put the accenl on youth in doing so Nixons call on party members to start now to campaign for 1960 The action apparcnlly gave r such official designation as party GOP pol caT lit on Pasternak Denies His AntiCommie Ideas Intended LONDON Pasternak lhc Soviet Nobel Prizewinner author Thursday denied In a I he had inlciKled lo express antiCorn mimist views in his conlroversia 3 A great enlargement in the number of parole agents and an novel appointment of a state pcnaJ af noraally The undecided Nebraska on a gov holds Ovei arent taken in They and so does everybody else that Ihe 300milelong f r o n Curlain here described is designed lo keep Czechs in not to keep ag gressors out AS IN East Germany and ev erywhere else when they are giv en a chance the people of wliat used to be Bohemia want nothing quite so much as to get out from under the slimy hands of Com munism Until this system of watchtowers charged wire and antitank spikes was set up Czechs fled from their homeland by the thousands Now the flow of escapees has been reduced lo aim is lo lift the parly back into contention in the 1960 presidential contest aft er its shattering defeat in Tues days election or the other will gain would give the governor RETURNS FROM the balloting e oincr sUU an s0thci scat after an official can Showed the Republicans lost 13vass starting Thursday deter Nix Senate seals while gaming mines whether Rep Charles W 1S lo bear down in and were ousted from 48 House Vurscll R III or seats whde overturning only oneJGeorge E Shipley won a Improved Moon Rocket Set to Go WASHINGTON w The Air Forces new moon may go aloft early be equipped with a device de tnckle I signed to correct Extreme measures Planned trajectory by the Red regime to prevent es Sucn a deviation was a key capes included the setting up in keeping the las Partly cloudy a special defense band ahmrt rocket fired a special defense band about five iriles wide back of the Iron Curtain Farm people and villag ers were dispossessed of thcTr lor m keeping the last moon Tired Oct li from reach ing the vicinity of the moon BUT EVEN with th new de vice chances of success in the The Weather Mason City Fair with no impor tant temperature change Thurs day nighl Increasing cloudi ness and warmer Friday Low temperature Thursday night 20 to 24 High Friday 52 to 56 Iowa Moslly fair through Friday No important temperature changes Thursday night low 2030 Warmer west portion Friday Democrats M ships to 14 for Republicans LOOKING TOWARD 1960 Nix n is expected lo bear down in attempts to gel attractive youthful aspirants into races for congressional and stale offices as a means of helping the national ticket He was privately less than enthusiastic aboul lhc cali ber of some of the candidates for whom he campaigned this year highway s n f e f y tlirough a 50 secondary road speed limit and an increase in the number of stale highway patrolmen W riling lo he Soviet Coinmu nist parly newspaper Jravda Pasternak expressed regret at Ihc Interpretntion placed on his iiook and pleader wilh his coun trys leaders for a chance lo re store my good 5 A CHANGE in policy of Tflc 68yearold poclnovclists building interstate highways of error was in Ihu SCPl lnn nnrl n Gov Knight Still Fuming About Knowlands Bid SAN FRANCISCO Scars ofjhad youth and a pleasing person Ihe Republican party rift for him That was 0 sections and also an Hie road use tax greater help to areas of the stale with the worst roads HAVANA OR A missing Cuban airliner seized in flight by rebels is parked on a rebel air strip and all 28 aboard are safe i qualified source said Thursday The informant said this was onfirmcd by radio messages Vom the plane at the airstrip omnwberc in eastern Cuba stronghold of Fidel Castros The plane vanished Wcd icsday night The message said the rebels voiild urn over all the 25 passen one o Inlcrnulional Red Cross rcpre scnlatives as soon as possible Apparently the rebels will hold he threeman crew Two other Cubana A i r 11 n planes huve been diverted ia flight since Oct 31 by rebel gun men posing as passengers One crashed killing 17 of the 20 per sons aboard Among the 25 passengers aboard the DC3 which disappeared Wednesday nighl was an Ameri can listed without address as Robert Montgomery He ivas be lieved to be a sailor or Marine flying to he If S Naval at Gunntanamo Bay TEN WOMEN on tht scngcr list The plane carried crew of three The plane was on a flight from Havana to Ciuantanamo with also an altering ofjpaUcrn familiar in at Manzanillo on ax formula lo uive i i ll soulncast coast and Holguin i nr made apparcnlly lo All iho in void Ihe expulsion from the So f Establishment of an itd vict Union by Young program for permanently and totally disabled persons and ano n pcnsonal aPPcal increase in allolmcnls for nursing Khrushchev five days and medical care of elderly people 7 Some form of rigid school aid which would force thC school and establishment of a of the few GOP student loan or scholarship pro gram for college students The Governor said he will rec after a Democralic sweep Republican Goodwin J Knight ago the writer said exile is to me equal lo Aged lowan Struck by Train Killed OTTUMWA W Mrs Robert AUvood 88 Eldon died Wednes Ottumwa hospital of in NIXON ancestral homes and replaced coming moonshof at no wilh more dependable better than 1 in 25 Once rich farmlands are being shamefully mishandled Bavarians in this ancient ham let have doorsteps within a dozen feet of the actual borderline Thc new wrinkle is a special modification of the moon rockets radio system Its function is to encourage more speed if the rocket deviates from its planned A t c i ui mu acuiai Dorcterline num us planned They live their lives under in the oarly slages of r tilTlf nomination may bring All the stops were in Orients province the stronghold cf ac tivily by rebels led by Fidel Cas tro The plane left Manzanillo at bul never arrived at Holguin about 70 miles to the northeast Although government soldiers hold Holguin rebel bands are ac tive throughout the area Castro has embarked upon a systematic campaign to disrupt transportation in an effort to overthrow President Fulgencio Batistas regime Castro also op poses Presidentelect Andres Riv cro Aguero a Batista choice who is to take office in February i i THE FIRST plane fo disaooaar fjxorcd a longrange bonding proin Kldon Mrs At wood was hard was a Cubana DCS wh ch was fhTE atof hcarinR authorities saidjseized on a flight from CaJo irtn o niversl vr Statcjlhey thought she probably sawMambi to Moa Bav site of an jas the first Democrat govcrnorjing of some of Ihc iMchcrsjthc train and attempted to beat Americanowned nickel and co data offcrcd hs for a lons policies which seem to have m lhc Crossing jbalt mining enterprise It had 14 imnesoia rariiy cloudy warm i may brn er High Friday 55 whom Brown will replace Jan to bear toward to 8 Thursday Minimum At 8 YEARAGO Maximum Minimum 49 21 27 41 22 eyes of those watchtower robots with binoculars cameras and In lhc Oct 11 shot the rocket Iowa Supreme Court Results Rechecked DES MOINES In the close smooth transition Then he fired another shol at Sen William F Knowland the man Brown wal loped slill fuming because Knowland switched to the gover nors race said he was staying in politics despite his own thump ing defeat by Democratic Rep helped bowl over Republican carf didalcs Staggering Republican losses in the Midwestern farm belt could contribute to some change in farm policies despite Eisenhow ers prediction that Secretary of Agriculture Bensons program of tapering off government aid o Mllllu V1 t rifles in hand Such scrutiny lts 32 degrees pleasant But theres compcnsa r intcnded The result Ciosc tton in he fact that they a louShcr ight Supreme Court unofi C breathe thp nnro air nf earths gravitational pull Itsffial lotals from all 2487 IowaiSnapp jiiHimale speed Ihus fell some SOOlPrccincts with mnsl rminimc of 1 Knowland said he had no im d Ut IV cp itii tu Clair Englc in the race for Knowfarmcrs WH go along unchanged lands Senate seat j is well aware of labors Mirst because Knowland clfcat ings for thc Republican parlyC v 7 V llllai F California in KnHilU who losl lrv for no reason why i J Sen John W Hrickcr who lost his bid for recicction in has hil vay the ad with mosl counties from here a mics an hour short of what itCheckcd showed i j u a v it I 3C IO1 KiiM n i j JIIJ JJIJ meandering slrcam and a to Teach the vicinitv ofHows jmediate plans other than lo re free BalaJian licsi For being W0rk as assistant lrv back irce Baxanans and iGarfield R 393 954 Thorninn of lhc Tribune of the labor vote lhc Demo niuiiuun crals seemed to have corralled al1 most exclusively in Tuesdays balloting As presiding officer of the Sen ate plans to give the Re publicans an early scndoff in the 7 in LI DltCh Us badly rusted Similarly theirs job would be to automatically grass on the Bavarian bank is delay thecutting off of the sec neatly cropped to I h e waters stages engine edge on thc Red side tall grass The system wouldnt be ex and weeds have taken over peeled to change the course of Are Czechs less tidy than thc hope would bi mans Not at all The reason for UlC addcd specd would the contrast here noted is lhal the Communist leaders cant trust laborers that close lo the GarrcU Heiserman t able it to zoom its instrumented payload to a point in space where the gravity of the moon might take off THEY RUB IT IN CARUTH E R S V I L L E Mo line which separates them from freedom and a decent life Theyd cross overand for keeps What Ive seen today convinces1 fUP1 Pcmiscot County voters me there is little happiness iotUrncd dovvn a S250000 bond issue I once rcnovncd spontaneous gaiety jihe 63yearold jail civil rights field He is SAME j flat no Mffr I past 34 hours Ike to Go Hunting Over the Weekend WASHINGTON President Eisenhower is going duck shootto rule as he iLnhr Wh ago thai Ihe Senate fili Humphrey his first secretary of buster rule can be changed bv ai lhc Treasury The Housemajority vole at the start of he would stop off in Ohio onsession Beyond that if mav take his way to Seattle lo speak Monlan active part in allcmpts to lo diplomats of ihr finht i iijtj i Ions i ensue with the idea of getting a from here Friday the rule more effective in ending dc president wiil go to the exclusivebale jCcdar Point Club on Lake Eric In the now Scnalo the power of near Toledo There he will be lhc Southern civil rights law opponl it UMC jjuButici ovcrnighi of appears likely io be reduced I tlon after another for Nelson Rockefeller Afirr leaving Ohio he PresidentSome standing in ihn West GOP winner in an otherwise Democratdominated vviil hc replied hy Democrats nationwide election New Yorks povcvnorelect meets to favor such leg IN MANHOLE It was one postelec cc mces Jim Hcnshon who popped out of aanhoe lo mitt the H LvJ I persons aboard including the crew of three The plane was landed at Can anovc and eight of Ihe passen gers were allowed to return to Iheir homes The and a sol dier passenger were reported still being held Last Saturday night four rebel gunmen seized a fourengine Vis count turboprop plane on its 45 minule flight from to Var adero Beach 87 miles east of Havana All but three of the 20 persons aboard were killed when the gunmen forced the pilot to attcmpl a landing Erbe Apparently Gained ReElection DES MOINES MVAlty Gen Norman L Erbc Boone Republi can apparently has won reelec tion by a margin of about voles unofficial Associated Press figures showed Thursday He was opposed by Don Wilson West Des Moines Democrat The figures including a re check of returns from most Iowa ounties showed votes for Erbe and for Wilson The county figures are still subject to county convass which frequently results in some changes RAIL STRIKE KANSAS CITY Mo UPI The operating employes of the MissouriKansasTcxas Railroad struck Thursday hailing serv ice from the Midwest to Gulf of Mexico   

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